CAMP-Chicago April Power Hour
Come join CAMP-Chicago for April's Power Hour. We welcome Itedal Shalabi, Co-Founder & Exectutive Director at Arab American Family Services on April 25. Power Hours are great networking opportunities designed to help enhance networking skills and career goals. We start with a short networking session, followed by a presentation by the speaker and conclude with a Q&A session.
- Date: April 25, 2013
- Time: 6:00-8:00pm
- Location: CAIR Chicago Office : 17 N. State Street, Suite 1500, Chicago, IL 60602
- Cost: $5, cash or check at the door (refreshments will be served)
We hope to see you there!
About Iteldal Shalabi
Ms.Itedal Shalabi Co-Founderand Executive Director Arab American Family Services Ms.Shalabi earned her Bachelors and Masters Degrees from the Jane Adams College ofSocial Work and officially received the title of Executive Director inmid-2005. In this role, Ms. Shalabi is responsible for all operational aspectsof the organization, including overall supervision of the organization’sprogrammatic, management, and administrative functions. Ms. Shalabi is a recognized trainer locally,nationally and internationally on issues impacting women and children. A firm believer in not re-inventing the wheel, Ms. Shalabi, looks for partnershipand connectedness to already established programs and services for theArab/Muslim community members throughout the State of Illinois. Ms. Shalabi took the office from anon-existent budget to a budget close to $650,000 last year alone. Under her leadership and management, AAFSsees annually 5026 families, impacting over 25,000 individuals. Ms. Shalabi has been recognized for her leadership and dedication to the agency andcommunity. Under Ms. Shalabi leadership, AAFS has received several awards foroutstanding community service. Ms. Shalabitook AAFS from a 2 staff agency to 16 staff agency in past eleven year. Ms. Shalabi sits on several boards andcommittees as part of a strategic effort to build bridges of communication andresources between Arab/Muslim and mainstream organizations, institutions andgovernmental agencies.